Member Since: 19th Jun 2001
4th Oct 2017
That was my first thought but there are no errors, only one warning (a post dated transaction) and no comments.
I have reviewed two separate backups to see if there is an issue but get the same result on both
4th Feb 2016
I've had this one a couple of times - which GAAP are you preparing under and are you submitting to HMRC or to the States of Jersey?
27th Aug 2014
Not tried Xero but...
The key to it is getting the file structure right:
Go into Maintenance>Accounts>Import/Export Definitions>File Structure
Create a new one and fill in the formatting section - the key ones are the file type (csv etc) and the number of fields in the file you are importing (including any blank columns) and the import type (transactions / tb)
For however many fields there are a list will appear with position (columns 1 onwards working left to right) and you specify the AP field for each one, leaving the blank fields as None.
Save it off with a suitable name and that should get you going - you can then go and create the nominals mappings off the same menu in maintenance
28th May 2014
F1 fan has it spot on - agriculatural enterprises are definitely a specialist area though not often treated as one
4th Apr 2014
Related problem with HMRC being completely unhelpful
My uncle moved to New Zealand and had a small PAYE underpayment for the year in which he emigrated.
Trying to be helpful he google searched for the bank account number and hit upon the PAYE account and paid it into that. Once every three months HMRC send a demand, I draft a letter for my uncle to explain that it was paid into the PAYE account with full details of the transaction - he signs it and sends it in, gets no reply and in three months time we do it all over again. Only the office dealing with it changes.
My Uncle wants to pay it again to get them off his back but I keep saying no on principle!
13th Feb 2014
What goes around...
I probably don't answer as many questions as I could, but I do try to when I can - I take the view that I should answer questions today because I might need to ask one tomorrow!
13th Feb 2014
There is a file called watermark.xml in the folder that contains the data (the folder that has the accdata folder and the report folders etc)
Log out of Sage, delete the watermark.xml file and then restart it and it should be OK
17th Jan 2014
Our expenses claim system works that way - we have quite strict rules on completing it and making sure that an original VAT invoice is attached but the invoice from the hotel (for example is made out to me).
As long as there is a clear trail of what has been claimed and no VAT has been claimed on anything which does not have an original VAT invoice (for example we have a round sum overnight allowance which there would be not claim for VAT) then it should be fine
7th Jan 2014
Dipping and shearing would go under agricultural contracting and so be standard rated.
The wool is also standard rated (it would only be zero rated if it is still attached to the sheep and the sheep is still alive!)
7th Jan 2014
I'm in the same situation, except I am a bit older than you are. My advice would not be to make the mistake I made and do nothing. As mrme89 says above, the qualification will give you more options and is probably worth the sacrifice of time now.